Uniting herbal traditions with modern science

for dryness relief*

CERTIFIED ORGANIC
HERB-BASED
NO ADDED HORMONES
HIGH-QUALITY BOTANICALS
PROFESSIONALLY FORMULATED

A scientific approach

to relieve Dryness

Beyond topical lubricants, lotions, creams, and conditioners, Tributary Renew Hydration, a science-backed organic moisture-replenishing herbal liquid dietary supplement, helps to relieve dryness so you can naturally restore your body's own vaginal moisture plus skin (including those heels), lips, nails, and hair from the inside out. Enjoy more comfort during sex with game-changing natural vaginal dryness relief for women who are menopausal, postpartum or on birth control.*

Tributary's proprietary formula was inspired by traditional herbal practices and validated by modern science.

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Pure and Potent

Organic Herbs

To produce an exceptional product, Tributary Renew Hydration is sourced from only high-quality, reputable organic herb suppliers, using herbs with a long history of traditional use. In addition to the analyses provided by our suppliers, our manufacturer follows rigorous standards to ensure the identity, purity, potency, and composition of our herbs.

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professionally

formulated

Tributary Renew Hydration is a professionally formulated, certified organic botanical supplement registered with CCOF Certification Services (California). Each ingredient is third-party tested for heavy metals to ensure that levels are below California Prop 65 safe harbor levels. Tributary Renew Hydration is produced in a facility registered with the FDA and the California Department of Public Health as a dietary supplement manufacturer and complies with cGMP 21 CFR 111 FDA regulations.

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sources

of the SCIENCE

Tributary's proprietary formula was developed based on published, peer-reviewed scientific research sources on each botanical in the Tributary™ formula.  These sources include the PubMed national database, the American Botanical Council’s members-only repository, and Google Scholar (for papers not included in PubMed).

Other resources include recent papers and monographs for botanicals included in the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia, the Canadian Natural and Non-Prescription Health Products Directorate, and the European Medicines Agency Herbal Monographs.

Studies cited in the above databases include clinical (human) trials, animal studies, in vitro (Petrie dish) research, phytochemical-pharmacological analyses, computer modeling (in silico), and review papers on the actions of the botanicals.

 

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